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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 February 1887

UgiJ . ,r -fljs? lfiW!fi?fFr5; '; "' rtfr:-n-r'l V, r' w", ( ,,,- t.T-f '-C ll WWWflW?WWF1MnKw' jpbbWi'iMbmw ftwivTit fttqii.agrmFi w hhimmih iwji.ti wi i iumtiimn'iM xi i i BE- MIm Van Znndt IlnfnRcrt Stent of lllmNo Hope for tho Anarchists. Ohlcngo, Jan. 29. August Spies, tho condemned Anarchist chief, Is Btlll In body nnd mind. Sheriff MntHon keep1) him vory closo nnd refuftos to permit nny body to soo 1dm Bavo tho lawyers and Miss Grotchon Spies. Evory possible subterfuge has been attempted by Miss Van Zandt and her family to gain admission to tho prison yard, but all In vain. Miss Van Zandt Hends a basket of victuals and a lottor to Spies every morning and rocolves a letter In return, but tho intcrcourso ends thorc. The seven other condemned Anarchists charge that Spies lias greatly damaged their caso before tho Supremo Court, and bitterly donounco tho cowardly course with Miss Vnn Zandt. Outside tho jail tho Anar chists in ehnrgo of tho dofenso fund aro vory anxious. They aro ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 February 1887

- tX ; ' UCOt&yL . 1 I: NT J v vol.i. NO. 33. LGG-AjST, O., SATUBBA'y, FEBBTJABY 12, 1887. TESTIS, 81.50 PETl YJ3AH. s The Ohio Demo (PR ATT M THE PEOPLES' BANK OP L0OAN. CMk Capital, $50,000.00. iM(-J 4 Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Foot Hundred Thousand Dollars. DnM ft ponornl banking luinlne". Foreign Pr.iru mid BieaiiMlilp Ticl:cts for solo nt low- ft- m'.r?. C7FICE, Room No. 6, Opera House. XtlWRRXCK A. Oui.vr.n, rresldont. aOKGK,W. I'UM.rjir, Vlt-n J'rest. ItEUmc.H u. Cui.vi.it, Cnslilor THE FIRST BANK OFZiOGAIf, OHIO. Offlco Hours from 0 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Casli Capital, $50,000. V- Sehn WalUcv, President. .Cfias. JE. Jioweii, Cashier. Docsn (rcnornl lis'nktns business receive? Jotoslla, discounts iisiwr, and buys and wells Exchnngu. MTBANK In central room In tlio James Eloojt. ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. ittorney-at-Law and Holary Public, Illlsu Building Lagan, O. Collections of Claim's Tfotoi and Accounts f toi'Uasos .Louies. Contract", Weeds, Wills...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 February 1887

Mttafcor v&wm ?Mmm 5FM Tg$f rT ' - n- i ii liii pirn U . t. ij- .mini i , t r i i f i - f - " ' - ' j tJ;Ji-..il..Aia.i,MMij(' iftrinlisrslliiWw''fi fi ulrf iiiiTTn-riiTri mi i i' 'T' at The Ohio Democrat BRF.I1M & WIIlTK, rubllsbors. LOGAN, sit: OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tnr. debt of Canada Is 1300,000,000. RAsniEiiniES arc rlpa In l'lacor County, Cal. A BouTnrnM fur company wants 100,004 cats. A coal-black deer has been seen ncai Chlco, Cal. Nonwicii, Conn., has m faintly named Ukccsucks. Tiiehe aro 0,033 Grand Army posts In tin United States. TVoLr-scALi' legislation Is engaging tho Dakota sulons. A kill In tho Texas LcglBlaturo proposes to outlaw bar bills. Bakeh County, Ore., Is larger than any New England State. Mason Bet Is now tho only American lu the Egyptlnn service. Illin is Is not only out of debt, but has 500,000 In Its treasury. A Si'AMAitD has turned tho wholo Bible Into poetry, 200,000 stanzas. Or.NEiUL Pleasanton was In 105 battles, but never received a wound. A...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 February 1887

4 EARLY OHIO HISTORY. Froo-Hand Skotoh of Colonol Mae eio, an Old-Timor, Vhn Klrnl Rtnto Capital nt Clillllrntho Tho l'nrt l'lnyeil by Uencrnl McArthur In thn Good Old Days An Interesting Historical Sketch Covering an Import' ant Period In Ohio. Ohio drow to It In tho early cloys of thin Na tion tho host blooil ond hrolns Hint tho hardy jroungStatog that had so rocontly boon strug gling colonlos could produco. Tlio crmposttlon of tho now Territory was various and compro lionslvo. Tho Ilrst and lmportnnt settlement at Murlottn wns n Now Kngland colony, In n short tlmo tho growing fnmo of Ohio attracted other plonoers and other daring omlgrnnts. On tho.lBth day of October. 17S.S, John Cloves Symtnos nrrnnged with tho Hoard of tho Treas ury for tho purchaso of a groat tract of land sit tioted botwoon tho IJIg and Llttlo Miami rivers, nnd tho second settlement In Ohio wns com- Jnoncod In Novcmbor of that year nt Columbia, wiuim iuo iimus or uincmnati. In 1781 tho third settlement wns ma...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 February 1887

fgqjjp' ; ti ' w :' ' ripn;1",""'"1 wiw rL'-'-,' ;,'-fy" ,"S5F Zj. -v-J iUvt'A j7?.yymiaWTptflip.-.tfV1iwwH.tfJ'ai" .1.1 miii a Mri. ,.- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT; 0. W. DBEnil. A. H. Wilson, Proprietor, Editor. SATURDAY FEU. C - 1887. Wn noknowlodgo tho t-ecclpt of vol. 17 Congressional ltccord, from Hon X 11' Outhwatto, for which ho Jias our Wrttmest thanks. Wk ncknbwlcdgo a very artistic and comploto ontaloguo of vegeta ble and flower seeds, published by A. W. Livingston & Sons, Colum bus 0. Tlii. Is a reliablo Home firm and all who nro In need of good seeds cannot do 'bettor than address them at.No. 90 N High St., whoro their orders will rccclvts prompt attention. . . The Ohio Penitentiary tinder Re publican management is losing at tho rate of $50,000 a year, and it looks as though it might reach $100 000 during tho coming twelve months. When, In consequenco of a change of system and necessary repairs nnd buildings it run behind about half that much under a Dem ocratic administratio...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 February 1887

aL ipw mnwjmi in jijm m 'uw u , mtm b.w vm ru i wdfr.j i n u. ' tj THE OHIO DEMOGRAT. Rain - Telephone. Bprlng?. Doughnuts! Purchase your valentines. Tho weather, Chestnuts I Wo must bo getting eorao of April, Charlio Keynes fa visiting in Columbus. Judgo Frlorocr was in Cin cinnati this week. Tho Crescent Olnb gave a ball Thursday evening. Rev. Ilart Is confined to his ' room with rheumatism. A communication from Tarl ton was crowed out this week. ' Lent begins next Wednesday -and continues until April 10th. Mr. Theobald, a business man of Columbus was in town Thurs day. Frank Koohne an employo at tho O. P. was in town last Thurs day. B. K. Trltsch Is improving his house by putting on window shut tors. The order of "Owls' promises to bo one of the largest lodges in the city. Amos Kline and lady made the Domocbat a friendly call on Tuesday. There was but little work at the mines of tho Raccoon Coal Co. this week. W' Nelson Featherolf of South Perry, was among Logan visitors Saturday...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 February 1887

jFtmmxtvk&iw mmflmmmmmtimm HftfsS&l&i i jym i li.-r.n r-p i"-hmii- him n i in "n " ' " nl Tin fr? '' i JtUMi B?!". . ' r-Kinvr, -. s .r ,.,. t c .TTar; ' r "-" "''- The Ohio Democrat DUKIIM & WHIT!'., Publishers. LOGAN, s : : : OHIO. HEROES OF THE LlFE-BOATS. Up pops tlio I.yfhnm signal! 8t. Anno's has summoned hnnds I Knee deep In surf tlio II To bonis launched nlircast of Soutliport sands I ltnlr deafened lr tho scro.imlng wind, lmtf blinded by tlio rnln, Three trows iiw nit tlielr coxswains, nnd fnco tlio hurrlrunol Thoslnkesiirodonthordutyl No man has an swered No I Lives must lio saed out yonder on luo doomed ship Mexico 1 Did out night look ulnckor? Did Hen so lilss bcfonif Did i'er women's voleos wnll moro piteous on thoslioicr Out from tlireo ports of Lanrnslilro that nlglit ucnt llfelionts three. To liirht u splnndld battle, m.inned by Warriors of tlio Seal AIoiik tlio sands of Soutliport, bravo women held their breath. Tor they knew that thoso who loved tho...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 February 1887

I li W- i COUSIN AGAINST COUSIN. the Different TVny In Which tntnei (It ninlne unit Ilia Distinguished CoimlnTrcnt the Wngo Question. Lot us cull Gntl Hamilton ns n wit ness ngnlnst her distinguished cousin, James 0. lUnlno. Sho might ho culled nlso as a witness ngnlnst herself, but It will sufllco on this occnslon to uso lior testimony only ngnlnst tho stntcs- mnn from Mnlno. In suggesting rem edies for tho unlinppy condition of tho worklng-womon of tho metropolis, it has boon found thnt tho majority of tho people who linvo tnkon an interest in thomnttor hnvo Inclined to tho Idea that If tho womon would moro goner ally sock domestic cmploymont thoy would bo better off. Gall Ham ilton holds to this vlow. Sho also has some, other opinions on this Bubjcot, as' sho docs on nenrly every thing else "Novor, whllo tho world lnsts," says sho, "can you expect to rccclvo twolvo dol lars for work which twolvo other womon nro willing to do for six dollnrs. If you wero a" man, if you woro n mill...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 February 1887

a. -. jffl fit ym WmMmWi mm mmmwmsiymm BBg Tg pS--'.. -y--n--"-r-i- ? i-pr-x- ,-,e i in n tt,- nr,T" nr"r w r-n-nrtljrn nuw,--)ria"'yyrv.TM,j.'-T g 'juriM-m u 'At'tTTrsrygm: riimtTttratTjyTmwjifi.TjiirTHBtmmini-twj miBijmiiMMmp'BWffir; TO OLCLP. Coroo lo ma uowl O cornel iM-nlgnest elocpl And fot J mu up ui uVciilnR doth n llo.vcr, Kroni tuy vnln lull, nml vnln things ntilch liars power Upon my Bftul lo luaU'o me nmllo or wct-p. AtU when lliml .'om"-t uli. H'J ilvrth Ixi ileepl No iln-utny l.oon li.no t of lints to ernvo, llorotlinii niityi-iin-a to lilm tint In Iilif-ravo Ij liccdli-a of llio nlnlit winds lion' tla-y mveep. I Imvo not In niolmlf tlintcmiiniot tin-row Wlilcli 1 4 In tlio-miuU who nuiU not complain; A111I yet till 1 MioniL'tit, If It coiil 1 1 hi m'nu To lapsa nml pruu In sloop, nml tm resign All (lint miwt tt 1m l)ornu of joy nml pain, I ncnicely Inow If I would W11U0 tomorrow. IVitrlclc l'roctor Alc-utnili-r. THE ABSENT-MINDED SECRETARY. Novcr lli-wll.lnivil, llxrt...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 February 1887

. t " foA'X f" The Ohio VOL. I. NO. 34. LOGAN, O., SATUKDAY, .FEBRUARY 19. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. DEMOCRAT ft fc w r ' 5 1 THE PEOPLES' BANK or LOOAH. Caah Capital, .$50,000.90. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hnndred Thousand Dollars. Poos n gcnorul.bniiktng huslncKft. Foreign limits ii nd HlcuHuslilp Tickets for sale at low cut rules. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Horm. Lawrkkce A. Cut.vkk, President. OiionoKjW. Puli.kn, Vlco Prcst. Hkuiikn D. Cdlvkii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. Tohn Walker, President. Chan. IS. Bowen, Gtshler. Poena general banking business, recclveR deposits, discounts paper, mid buys and ikIIh XSxchange, ' BANK In central room In tho Jnmcs Hloc, ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. ftttorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dolltaoa Building Logan, O. Collections of Clnlms, Notes nnd Accounts, mortgages, Iasisch, uoiurncw, ureas, wins, iffMtiu.ii'tf i.infifi. &r.. flniwn mi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 February 1887

IHHHiillf CBl InTjT r- F'yyfT-'y- - xrrrs-vr" Tf i ,- ' I IIIJ1L1 ,- Wfrrti- IliwUlll llllWMIlllllll Pl JPtf( 5t-WR- . . MktttSr S9W5MW?WVWxt H5BBuWl TtfiiaMad The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. The Ohio river hns hnd Its annual picnic Russia hns forbidden tho exportation of horses. ' Fetholeum 1ms been found In Central Belgium. "Misfit suits to hlro" nro advertised in Now York. Btuhoeon skin tnnkes durable boot and shoo leather. Tub leading dentist In St. Petersburg Is an American. Canada 1i building her first stool steam er at Toronto. CtoAiiETTr. paper Is said to bo modo In 113 mills In Spain. Smti'EN'T-sKtN'ls coming Into fashion as a covering for books. St. Ionace, Mich., hns a doctor who Is also an undertaker. It Is predicted that tho now Boston court houso will cost 16,000,000. Churchill hns gono to Algiers to ro storo a break In his health. Oni.ioATouT military sorvico in Belgium Is to bo mndo thirteen years. A man In Pennsylvania hns just sold hU ivlfoand four ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 February 1887

fc The Ohio Democrat. Logan. Ohio. ORIGIN OF A NAME. Yorniij Bawboncs Mr-Cancer ho was nn M. D., With nn ofllco In Trinity Squnro. Ho could nmputnto elbows or legs nt tho knee, And analyzo hnntlruls of linlr. , He could wrlto n prescription In French or Hindoo: Oharso n syphon of vlchv with rus; . Or mako n small pill out of poison nnd glut, , Or an Inward cmctto from glass. Wo could follow nftorm to tho ond of Its term, And dlagnoso flucati and Ms s Ilo could toll you tho cut of a roach or n worm, But business was dull, nnd tho dollars woro fow, And ho lonfrod for a "beautiful enso." No compound abrasions nor fracturlngs now Had happened of Into In tho placo. So ho sought Dr. Llghtdrug, tho gront liomcao- path, 10' Ann with him hn tallind thn thlntr n'or.' ."Dear Doctor, lot's smother our chotor nnd wrnin And dwoll now In penco overmoro." Said Llghtdrug: "Well said; wo must try to Invent Some now nnd peculiar disease "Which will bo Just us suro to como round ns tho ront, Whllo wo b...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 February 1887

fflfffl&jraiifflg3Bgtf$j? t!f --",iq vf-tv-jHpwsjT3!!" - "TTr1- - I iTJfr .'T )imtaim 1 i. !! rfatniMwtartaJia ksii'UiirfiMS STL' j'.K LH1'l?JV 'yTyjy ''". 'i'.liVJ"1""11 '-y g' JJL'VV55gSHSIglZg!STOI?fi;y imuiimriiim THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q, W. BREHM. Proprietor! A. H. Wilson. - - - Editor. SATUJtDAY, FEW. V. 188" "WlJiTilAI. IF. Alil'IN, llUS IllUMl nlUnviul Jf 100 by the Government, for property destroyed during the Morgan raid. Samuel Spencer, for .tlio same, lia.s been allowed 12f.0(). Mn. Tiiomah iSitni't'Aiti), aged ve Judge about I"), a widely known citizen of iS'elonville, died at liN late Iiome in that place last .Sun day after brief illness of typhoid fever. Sr.cnr.TAitv of Treasury Mann ing has tendered his resignation to tiiko effect on the appointment of iiis successor. It will be accept ed. Mr. Manning accepts the Pres idency of a bank in iXew York city. A WAitmtousi: in Circlevllle owned by G. A. Florence, and oc cupied by Henry .Tack.son for stor ing grain, was bur...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 February 1887

mwimu vmjmiiMt&liti&niiimriMrwMWMrvj,jinmmm'rm3nmm.uttwrMum,jp.twvn imuhwii wi i' t iwffipwwpwuwi1 w wwi wmMim ytArvrmjmmjmimwtri ?' " frjt THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOCAL HSnErWS. How tunny did you get? Prof. ToiinyhlU la again on tlio rond. S. M. Godccko la visiting his family In Logan. Joshua Jackson of Ward was in Logan, Monday. Tho Lancaster Uagte had two' oxtra pages this wool:. Ollfo Ilnmor was in Columbus n portion of this week. Pino durnblo Tctttn collars for salo nt Mrs. Hibbard's Atty. J. B. IMc'son was in nt teudnnco at Court this week. John Klrsteln is visiting re latives in Pomroy this week. D. II. Lappon of Salt Crock, .paid a buslncs visit to Logan this Avcok. Jacob Friend and John ltisor of Perry Tp., were in attendance at Gourt. Tho genial Lowis "Wagner, of South Perry, is in town on jury service, Tho Court began tho henring of the Ball divorco suit on Thurs day morning. Mrs. Peter Kloinschmidt has "been quite sick part of this week, but is now better. Mls3 Jennie...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 February 1887

.. mmtm mmMtim$;msmimmmwmmm WgtJ j.r--r j - ' -- -i7 ' roi ' wtoiMiwwU'i QtMTnmiittiiMMMaWlrto riwhtfcw4Hfal' ' I ' f EAIILY OIUO DAYS. Skotoh of Win. AUon, Fourth Gov ernor of tho Stato. ItcmlnlseencM by tlto Oldest Cltlrrn In the Sololo Valley A Clitlllrntlia Autlinr. Tho lives of thrco of Ohio' distinguished cirly Governors who nro buried at Clillllcotha vrero sketched In n preceding piper, nnd tho en ret r nf Nnth mlol Mnsslo, decl.vrcd to hat o been elected Oovcrnor by tho Legislature, wns nlso duly exploited. Tho fourth Governor of Ohio ohoson from Ross County wns William Allen, who, like most of tho othcrsifrom tho Scioto Vntlcy, wusof South ern Mrth and extraction. William Allen wns born nt lldcntown, Chow an County, South Cirrollnn, In 117. Kolh of his pinuit died whllo ho was a voryvnung child, nnd his training devolved upon his only sister, n woman of strong chnrnctor, who was also tho tnolher of Allen O. Thurm in. William Allen's sister did ,i Rrcat dcnl for Wm. nnd sho ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 February 1887

- BILL VETOED. President Vetoes the Dopondont Ponelon Bill. He Is Not TOIIllna; to Approre Hill Pre tenting the Objection Ho Reel In Till One, unit Therefore Vetoei It. tub rnr.sinp.KT's mrssaoe. WAsniNOTO, Fob. 13. Tho Proaldont Into yesterday nftornoon put nn end to nil doubt ond apocutntlou about his attltudo on tho Dependent Pension bill by Bonding to tho Houso a mcssDgo vetoing tho bill. Tho President, In his voto mossago, obsorves nt tho outset that this is tho first general bill that has been sanctioned by Congress slnco tho closo of tho Into civil war, permitting pensions to soldiers and sailors who sorvod in that war upon tho ground of sorvlca and presont disability alone, and In tho absonco of any injurlos rocolvod by tho casualties or Incidents of such sorvlca. The Prosldent thon goos on to rovlow tho ponslon legislation. Almost constant pon olon legislation slnco tho closo of tho war, which has resulted In placing upon the pon slon rolls, on tho 1st -of Inst July, 000,70...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 February 1887

2SK-5252u9yMk fi Tj-. - " J W 1 ,, "r I ".BKsJT"-&-, nCJv r i Mill hi ii i mil i ii i iriirn"'-"-?ff iMtaMMSMWI etaun! WttE8MWiHi nilinlMWi V 1 A WEIKD NOIlTIt CAltO MNA STORY. Honrr Mortimer Sniu by III Neighbors to Have the Murk of I'nln. In 1811 a mini by tho nnmo of Mortimer moved to this county from Virgin In. Ho wns a wealthy man owning a quantity or hIiivoh, unil siilil to bo a good man. Wo wish wo could nay as much for tho mothor. When tho war broke out all of his property was swept away ovcry thing he possessed, and ho died just beforo tho surrender, leaving his wlfo and two Httlo sons. Tho boys were nbout eight and ten years of ago when their father died, and with proper train ing they would have undoubtedly mado good and.useful citizens; and with such a mother wo will ask what better could have been ex pected of them ? Sho taught them to hato every body and that every body was their enemy. She mado them go armed, and when ono of them was lined for carrying con cealed ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 February 1887

t kwiaj ,n . j ' lmtf The Ohio Democrat. YOL. I. NO. 35. LOG-AST, O., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1887. TERMS, ,$1.50 PER YEAH. II THE PEOPLES' BANK OF L0OAH. Cash Capital, 950000.00. k Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Fonr Hundred Thousand Dollars. linen a general banking business. Foreign Drafts mid HtCHinshlp Tickets for sale lit low wit rates. OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opera House. LiWitKNcrc A. Ccr.vr.it, President. OKOiioBlW. l'tii.r.KS, Vlc I'rcst. ItKUriKN D. Cur.VKit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 9 u. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, l'reahlcnt. Chan. IS. Howen, Cashier. Poos a renernl banking business, rncclveH deposits, discounta paper, and buys nml sells Kxchangu. HANK In central room In the James 11 lock. ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. Attomey-at-Law and Notary Public, Dolltsou Building Logan, 0. Collections of Claims, 'Notes and Accounts, Mortgages, Leases, Contracts, Deeds, "Wills, Mcclinnle'H Mens, Ac., drawn and ac...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 February 1887

l t. ss, m, The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tnn Starch pension roll calls for $18,780, 000. Tns Canadian Parliament wilt moot on April 7. Kansas has voted municipal suffrage to women. A hew tlioory Is that lock-jaw Is con tagious. Florida Is chipping her spring tomatoes northward. Within tho tropics tho winds blow from cast to west A new white, gauzy dress stuff is lightly called angels' wings. The United States Colleges contains 18, 000 femnto students. New Your Cur consumes $17,000,000 worth of milk every year. Six new counties aro to ho carved out of Tom Green County, Texas. Hothouse strawberries are soiling in Boston at thirty cents each. CmtisTixE Nilssox wns married to Count Casn Miranda, a few days ago. A clumsy Nnshvllllnn has dropped n wad of fl50 into a sower, irretrievably. TiiEnc is llttlo probability of a decision in tho big tolcphono suit beforo next fall. A dim, to glvo convicts a eollcgo educa tion Is before tho Wisconsin Legislature In Kentucky last ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 February 1887

t The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. BLUE EYES. "What ma'ttcn your oyos so blue, my dear?" ino lover hskihi, in mo spring or in, "The color I cnught In tho bosky doll Ttao lovor leaked, In tho spring of iho year. coior 1 cnugni in ino Dosxy uoa, Where tho choicest forgot-mo-nots do dwell." "What million your eyes bo bluo, my wifot" The husband asked In tho summer of life. "Thoy show the hiioof tho ocean deep, Whero your measureless lovo In my heart I keep." "What makes your eyes so bluo J" quite low, Tho father naked In tho autumn's Blow. "Because tho puro lovo of our children dear Keeps them fresh and youthful from year to 1 year." "What makes your eyes so bluo and bright!" Tho old man nskod in the wintry night. " 'T!s because thoy reflect tho heaven abovo, , Whoro wo shall contlnuo our earthly lovo." ik li'rnl A. Hunt. in. tlhirano Xeici. 'ti DOGS WHO OWNED HIM. Stories Showing How Thoy Pos sessed Their "MaBter." i 'Old Fop Who Ato Fruit Small 'nn With a Hid Heart Norn's Way of I'rvl...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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